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years ago, what's the problem? narrator: atlanta is a rapidly growing urban area. its primary source of drinking water is the chattahoochee river, which also provides water to many downstream communities. but its infrastructure is dangerously old, without outdated facilities and combined sewer overflows polluting the watershed. the city faces strict consent decrees and lawsuits, along with a severe lack of funding. man: when i started working for the city of atlanta in the late '70s, we were approaching that point in time where a lot was going to be needed, in terms of rehabilitation and upkeep. most of the very large pipes were at least 80 years old. we had needs that were identified in the '50s and in the '60s and in the '70s that were deferred. woman: we are urging that we all try to find a way to overcome the obstacles and limitations that might exist. woman: when i was running for office, i met someone who knew mayor hartsfield, who, in the late 1960s, said, "i don't know who the next mayor will be, "but i know they'll have to fix the water and sewer infrastructure." woman: the
to atlanta in the civil war. and another planet is the opposite of that. you can hear the previous speakers that they're genuinely invested in the well-being of this city, in the well-being of this community, and the well-being of the event. the event also has ancillary benefits for san francisco in terms of crest, in terms of the convention and visitors bureau, drawing people to san francisco, and drawing people's focus to san francisco. it creates an international presence for san francisco and in recently the cover story of the new york times magazine was on one of the performers from out side lands, neil young, the entire article was centered on his performance at outside lands. there is constant exposure for san francisco, for what a lot of people like to call the grand san francisco by this concert. and in terms of labor where my interests are, i work in labor. our members are well treated on this event. our members work on this event and our members are local people in san francisco. my zip code is 94 1 27 and i am very, very pleased to be here and have the opportunity to speak in su
of a climate like atlanta, oklahoma city, or san jose, to put it in perspective. hard to think about that for today. looking at futurecast, you can see pretty much everyone clear in the afternoon. martin a little area of cloudiness of moving into night. our temperatures will be dropping. tomorrow morning will be cold. here's your forecast for today mostly sunny skies, high between and 36 and 42. tonight, partly cloudy skies. low temperature of 22 to 26. bundle up tomorrow morning. tomorrow will be the coldest day of the week. highs in the upper 30's. partly cloudy skies throughout the day. then we will start warming up a little towards the weekend and early next week's we will finally tipped the scales a little. our average high this time of year is 43 degrees. >> look at tuesday. possibly 50. >> looking forward to that. >> a week away. we will get there. >> thank you. coming up on abc 7 news, news for anyone with a sweep through. >> candy and soda and can trigger changes in you captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> 7 is on your side with this noon with
for a double murder in atlanta but charges were dropped and art model backed him 100%. >> not a major surprise but emale sure -- i'm sure folks are taking it hard. >> reporter: oar they cannot think of a ravens team without ray lewis. taken in the first round by the ravens in 1996. they say he grew into someone who became the heart and soul of this team. this is the last dance for the ravens' own fred astaimplet he is the linebacker every league wants to have -- tough, aggressive and set standards for leading a team. he's also one of the fan's all time favorites. from t shirt tools statues, ray lewis means an awful lot. >> this is what my son texted me. hi, dad. i get to see my favorite player one more time. i'll miss him a lot. >> reporter: gary's son gary was just a little boy when the ravens took to the feel in 1996. he quickly found his favorite player number 52 and has worn his jersey every year. big gary said this will ab game that father and son will share. >> not in my time and i'm going back to the old days. i've never seen one like him. >> reporter: with ris preermt items are startin
overnight temperatures. we are going to be aboutabo 29 degrees at 8 atlanta, someso clouds at noon -- 8:00 a.m., some cloud at noon.noo while we expect the district and points south to iscome in at 40, tonight be surprised if you hav another day in the upper 30s for places like gaithersburg,rsu frederick: we have a little warming trend and our quietur pattern continues into next week. where we see temperatures getting real close to 50 degrees. didn't mention this, but sundayn also looks like a great day, an, it should be warmer for the redskins with the 4:00 game. so temperatures in the upperuppe 30s. >> thanks.ha >>> if you just got a iphone for chris marks sorry, apple testing the iphone 6. application developers are checking out new software to use along a new operating system. iphone 5 launched in september. it will be released in thethe middle of 2013. >>> that's ray lewis, he's retiring. redskins fever hitting everybody in dc. we have the story coming up. >> hail to the redskins! redskin! >> that is 5-year-old drew,drew, she helped teach the class "hail to the redskins." we want to s
chills make it feel even cooler. 50 degrees in atlanta on thursday. very quiet across the country on friday. a few showers possible throughout parts of south texas, new england. might see a few snowshowers. then another system taking shape on saturday. but still not really looking for much precipitation with it. mainly just going to see more of that cold air in play. so we are in wintertime now in a big way. at least it's going to feel like it for the northern tier of the country. at least most of the northern tier of the country. getting the northern plains. then on sunday still some showers coming off of the great lakes. so we could see a little bit of snow, parts of pennsylvania, ohio, and new york. temperatures staying cool all the way down. just about to the gulf coast. right along the gulf coast we'll see readings into the 60s. on monday a chance for showers with another system moving into the pacific northwest. but quiet throughout the country. midsection into the northeast and much of the east coast. remember on the weather channel week days starting at 5:30 a.m. eastern y
. in washington, becoming sunny, 38 degrees. mostly sunny in atlanta, 54. partly cloudy in st. louis, 32. partly sunny in denver, 35, and partly sunny in seattle, 44 degrees. >>> the colorful 124th rose parade was held in pasadena, california, on new year's day. the emotional high point of the event, a surprise reunion between a soldier and his family. rachel kim of has the story. >>> i was extremely nervous, extremely. >> reporter: as sergeant first class eric pazz came down colorado boulevard with other members of the canines with courage float he had a front seat to the crowds but there were only two people he was looking for. >> one of the guys back behind me is get off the float, man, get off the float. there is where you have to get off. >> with a rose in hand he walked to his wife miriam and 4-year-old son eric jr. who both thought daddy was still in afghanistan. in moments a family reunited after seven long months. >> i turn around an & there he is and i'm like, oh, my gosh. and i'm trying to get, you know, eric to see, look who's over there, look who's over there. >> immediately, you kn
incident. and that was the plan this morning at the lennox square mall in atlanta. that is until part of the crane being used to take down the big tree from the roof of macy's collapsed and the tree ended up dangling over the side of the building. no injuries reported. >>> and you won't find these next items at macy's, but have we got a sale to tell you about. how about a launch pad used for the space shuttles? there's word tonight that nasa is selling or renting facilities at the kennedy space center that were part of that shuttle program, which ended a year-and-a-half ago. in addition to launch pad 39a, they're selling space in the vehicle assembly building, which was first used to put together saturn 5 rockets for the apollo program. >>> and in paris, the police are hunting for four men who decided not to buy, but to steal. their target, the flagship apple store in the city of paris. the masked gunmen forced their way in after it had closed on new year's eve. they made off with iphones, ipads and other apple products worth an estimated $1.3 million, while the police were elsewhere,
temperatures of atlanta, oklahoma city and san jose. that is the very latest. >> things are warming up by the time game time comes around. >> the skins are still practicing in the bubble and rg3 is wrapping up one of the best rookie seasons we've seen in a while. a single season franchise record for a quarterback and that nfc east crown, but he is not dead yet. i had the rare opportunity to talk to gryphon one-on-one today. we talked about his family and the incredible winning streak. >> you said the last time you end alford were nine. you are the man everyone was talking about. how does it feel? >> it feels good. but it's not just about getting in the playoffs. we have to focus on seattle. the time to celebrate is now. >> if you did not know his name before sunday's win against dallas, you definitely know it now -- the rookie running back surpassed a single season rushing record and was named offensive player of the week. he racked up more than 1,600 yards so far. someone who knows a lot about running backs is joe kids and i caught up with him to ask about the yen rising
. john lewis -- his wife died in atlanta on monday. she was 73. they were married for 44 years. in his memoirs, he credited his wife was launching his political career. >> hillary clinton will spend another day in a new york hospital where she is being treated for a blood clot. doctors are using blood thinners to break it up behind her right ear. she went to the hospital on sunday after it was found during a follow-up examination for a concussion she suffered last month. doctors say she will make a full recovery but it is not clear yet when she will leave the hospital. >> is wearing in a ceremony will be held at the washington tibetan center for the council members beginning four year terms. an organizational meeting will be held later in the day at the wilson building. >> in the day ahead, two men accused of brutally beating a man near eastern market are expected to return to court today. they are scheduled to appear for a status hearing. they face aggravated assault and other charges in connection with the august beating. it third person also faces charges related to the attack that
to atlanta to washington, d.c., this is where we're seeing the messiest weather. so for travelers if you're going anywhere out of houston's international airport, you'll have to dodge the showers. but right now, we're not looking at delays there. most of the precipitation in the form of ice or maybe snow is really not making it to the ground. occasionally you might see a little of that right around washington, d.c. extending over towards delaware, but for the most part, that's moving out fairly quickly. and then the deeply cold air can be found across northern new england. take a look at these temperatures. right now we're looking at caribou, maine with minus 20 degrees. that's not the windchill factor. current temperatures outside in new york city, 23. buffalo 20. washington, d.c. a little bit of the frost is gone maybe. 37 degrees being reported there right now. the highs today expected in washington, only about 38. so you won't see much movement as far as mercury is concerned. and if you're wondering who will see the coldest temperatures across the northern tier where those temperatur
of years ago he bought airline headquarters in atlanta and he needed to film all his tv shows in his movies. one of the amazing things about tyler and his story is that in 1998, tyler perry was homeless. tyler perry's seriously changed his story. i have kind of an unusual story myself. i was born in a small river town on the hudson, newburgh new york, and when i was growing up look singh called it the all-american city. at that time,, we had kind of an inner-city but then we had a lot of farm kids and there was an air force base. it was inner-city and farm kids and kids would have been around so was an interesting place to grow up. earlier on, my father grew up in the newburgh poorhouse. it was called the poggi. my father's mother was a charwoman which meant she cleaned the bathrooms for the other poor people and they got a room there. that was our background and that is why i feel i should be the next president of the united states. [laughter] [applause] anyway, i have been poor and i have been middle-class and then i was poor again and then i was middle-class again and now i am kind of ri
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the way down to 125 pounds, from atlanta, georgia, here's lea hernandez. [ cheers and applause ] >> amazing. >> once again, can i have a drumroll. going from 288 pounds, all the way down to a svelte 151 pounds. from pace, florida, please welcome ashley donahue. [ cheers and applause ] and finally, dropping from 303 pounds, all the way down to 149 pounds, from washington, d.c., give it up for caroline. [ cheers and applause ] >> come on down. unbelievable. congratulations. >> thank you. >> we want to talk to all three of you. i want to start with lea. your story inspired us so much here. and what people may not realize is just after you began your journey to a healthy body, you suffered a great tragedy. >> that's right. it was actually close to when i was reaching my goal, actually. and i got the news one morning that my husband was killed in a tragic motorcycle accident coming home from work. just the day before, we had completed our first 5k together, which was very significant moment in my life, which actually i look back to draw strength from to continue on living a healthy
the redskins taking on the seattle seahawks and if they win, they would play at atlanta or green bay or excuse me minnesota. it gets kind of crazy. just beat seattle and figure out where we go. >> i was going to ask you i know you were at the game but went back and watched it. did you get a different feel? >> to be honest, watching it on tv, cause i recorded it, i felt even more so they handled the cowboys. i thought hall had his best game this year. you know the cowboys are going to get big plays but really handled them. >> what they showed too is limited rgiii. they've proven it's not a one man band. the defense has stepped up. it's a total team effort. seattle has won 5 in a row. >> can i ask you a quick question? >> yes. >> the fact we're playing a mirror image team, does it make it harder or easier? >> it would be easier in practice. pretty much what they are going to be seeing. when they are going up against rgiii, hey we've seen this before every week. the problem i think for seattle is they don't travel well. dynamic unteam. they don't play well on the road and for whatever reason when
. conservative republican governor, are former house colleague, and the liberal mayor of atlanta, are clearly at opposite ends of the political spectrum. yet they have managed to bridge the divide with a commitment to results. mr. speaker, together they have achieved significant gains for the good of georgia. mr. speaker, congress and the white house are perfectly capable of following that same model for the good of our country. americans may be politically divided, but they are united in their desire to see their leaders in washington achieve results. mr. speaker, we know it is far from perfect, but i hope this bipartisan agreement can lay the foundation for continued work to address the tremendous challenges that we face as a nation. millions of americans are out of work. the national debt as a percentage of gross domestic product is too high. upheaval exists in nearly every region across the globe. education and immigration reform must happen. the potential for a crippling cyber attack continues to be a threat. climate change is a fact of life and, most recently, our families are reeling f
, the nation, not atlanta, >> that would be taking cyberwar to a new -- >> as the russians tanks crossed the border into georgia, simultaneously cyberattack hit georgia. and knocked out its telecommunications, its banking, connectivity to the outside word. you're right, cyberwar will probably always be part of a larger war. and cyberwar i think will only happen when a nation going to go to war anyway. no nation going to say, i have a new chinese cyberweapon. let's go out and go to war see if it works. we have had nuclear weapons since 1945, nine nations have them. no one has used one since 1945. so if the united states and iran get into a shooting war next year, which is highly possible, they'll probably -- there will probable be a cyberdimension to it. >> i won't talk about the united states' role and who is doing or might do cyberwar to whom. the united states is obviously not an innocent bystander in all this. you mentioned it's practiced if one supposes a degree, has a degree of cyberwar capability. who else, who are the superpowers of cyberwar? >> well, the c.i.a. says there are bet
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